Thursday, October 12, 2017

We're Now "Rampaging"

Normally, Islamic new reports use either "storming" or "breaking in" as the verbs used to describe the entrance of Jews who openly declare their reverence for the Temple Mount as the site of the previous two Temples and other occurrences, like revolts against Rome, the re-dedication of the altar which forms the basis of the Hanukkah holiday and other events in Jewish history.

The Jews seem to engage in "Talmudic rituals" while encircling the site, a blatantly anti-Semitic term.

This site, based in Qom, Iran, ratchet ups the semantic violence here

Oddly, the site serves as the voice of a group that writes of itself:

The followers of Ahlolbayt (as) and their holy Imams alike have been oppressed throughout the history from the dark era of Umayyad caliphs up to the age of Abbasids, and from Abbasids to middle ages, and afterward up to the present time. The roots of this oppression and even its further intensification may be sought in the ignorance of Shiite Muslims about each other and unawareness of global communities of such oppressions against Shiites...In the Islamic Republic of Iran, too, despite existence of many news agencies, newspapers and websites, there was always a tangible necessity for a specialized news agency to work specifically for broadcasting the news of Shiah world and followers of Ahlolbayt worldwide...

In 2011, Saudi Arabia banned it (in Persian). 


From EOZ:

a particularly challenging encounter at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. To enter the Dome of the Rock, my ex-husband was asked to perform ablutions (the ritual of washing before prayers), apparently to prove he was not a Jew. According to one of the guards, this was a necessary ritual because “Jews occasionally want to break into the sacred site.”


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